Let the Building Begin

The Rochester Campus will be located on Valley High Drive, near Lourdes High School, on land generously donated.

  • 64,836 Square Foot Campus – serving 40 low-income families
  • 2-Floors Upper Level Family Housing – 36 two-bedroom and 4 three-bedroom units
  • Fully Furnished – with beds, dressers, desk, sofa, table, and fully equipped kitchen
  • On-site Early Childhood Education Center – for 64 children
  • Empowerment and Life Skills Training Center
  • Outdoor Play Areas – featuring plenty of safe, sturdy equipment and areas for play
  • Mom’s Career-Track Study Center
  • Library
  • Family Engagement / Living Room
  • Parent Observation Area for Child Development
  • Community Meeting and Communal Gathering Space
  • First Floor Offices – for support staff and management
  • Common Kitchen – fully equipped

5 Ways to Give a Ground-Breaking Gift

  1. Buy-a-Brick/Fund-a-Family. Starting at just $125, individuals, families, businesses, and groups can engrave a 4×4 or 8×8 brick with 3 to 6 lines of text! Pavers are laser engraved and will literally “pave the way” onto our campus and housing facility. Design rendering to be posted.
    • Check out our Brick Website.
    • Download our Brick Order Form.
    • Select and inscribe your brick online, or download, fill out and return your individual/group brick form or business brick form.
  2. Join our Capital Campaign Founder’s Circle by Donating Now.
  3. Make a one-time gift of Help and Hope by Donating Now.
  4. Make a Legacy Gift. Our campus has a number of vital legacy naming opportunities with pledge installment periods of three to five years.
    • Download our Campaign Case Statement.
    • Download Capital Campaign Letter of Intent.
    • Review Legacy Giving Options Available and contact Liz Dorn, Director of Development at (612) 867-7793 or by email at edorn@jeremiahprogram.org to talk about your opportunities and arrange your legacy.

For more information, contact:

Liz Dorn, Director of Development

(612) 867-7793

Our hope is that our support will inspire further community investment in Jeremiah Program to accelerate the building of a local campus and truly begin breaking the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children in Southeast Minnesota.

SISTER MARILYN GEIGER

President, Rochester
Sisters of Saint Francis

Equal Housing Opportunity
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